WNAMM11: Stereo Phaser Stompbox

HardWire launch the SP-7      14/01/11

WNAMM11: Stereo Phaser Stompbox


Buying Choices
HardWire has introduced the SP-7 Stereo Phaser Effects Pedal.Here's what they have to say about it...
The SP-7 is an advanced Phaser effects pedal offering seven Phaser types based on popular new and vintage effects pedals including 2 stage, 4 stage, modern, boutique, 10 stage, envelope, and dynamic. Leveraging DSP originally developed for the DigiTech RP Series of products, the new pedal also features controls for speed, depth, modify, and phaser type, as well as an indicator LED and tap tempo switch for setting the phaser's effects modulation speed time during a live performance.
The SP-7 also includes HardWire's trademark extreme performance features like true bypass and high-voltage rails. It also features true stereo I/O, allowing for complex connections and sounds with extreme flexibility.
"We are committed to expanding the HardWire line of pedals to provide guitarists with the most comprehensive set of effects available anywhere. The SP-7 Stereo Phaser offers the ultimate combination of new and vintage phaser effects at lowest price," stated Rob Urry, president, Harman Music Group.
Each HardWire pedal also features an assortment of tour-worthy accessories, including green gaffer tape common to pro pedalboards, Stomplock™ knob guards to maintain pedal settings and a hook and loop pad to fasten the pedal to a pedalboard.
Pricing and Availability:
The HardWire SP-7 is expected to ship in February 2011 with a US MSRP of $189.95 and an estimated price of £149 RRP inc VAT in the UK (price may be subject to change)
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